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A patient with a non-seminomatous germ cell testicular tumour has normal CT of the chest, abdomen and pelvis. HCG and AFP persist at a high level after orchidectomy. What is the best strategy?

A. Chemotherapy
B. Radical lymph node dissection
C. Surveillance until metastases become apparent
D. Modified nerve sparing lymph node dissection
E. Repeat tumour markers after an interval of 6 months

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In cases where a NSGCT has rising tumour markers after orchidectomy and a normal staging CT scan the next step should be?

A. FDG-PET CT scan
B. Choline PET CT scan
C. Ultrasound scan of contralateral testis
D. Chemotherapy
E. Retroperitoneal lymph node dissection

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